Olympic Executive Suites 5224 Olympic Dr NW, Gig Harbor, WA98335 Olympic Executive Suites offers office leasing space to several area businesses. The suites are conveniently located…More near shopping, restaurants, banks, grocery stores and bus lines. They feature easy access to Highway 16 and plenty of parking. The grounds are clean and nicely kept. Contact the leasing office for current rates.
Henderson Bay High School offers an alternative learning environment for ninth to 12th graders. The school implements…More same curriculum as the other two high schools in Peninsula School District. However, with an enrollment of about 120 students, the classrooms are smaller and allows teachers to work more closely with the students. The school also does not have any athletic programs. The students take the regular bus to either Peninsula High School or Gig Harbor High School in the morning. Once they get to the schools, another bus will take the students to Henderson Bay. The classes end at 1:50pm so the students have enough time to get back to the other high schools, which get out at 2pm.
In 2010, the district named Dave Goodwin as Henderson Bay's principal. Goodwin graduated from Gig Harbor High School and spent the previous three years as assistant principal at Peninsula High School.
Key Peninsula Middle School 5510 Key Peninsula Hwy N, Lakebay, WA98349 Located on Key Peninsula Highway, Key Peninsula Middle School is home to more than 450 students in the peninsula. The…More building underwent several construction projects since it was originally built in 1981. In addition to its 22 classrooms, there are six portable classrooms, two computer labs and two athletic fields. Sixth through eighth graders can participate in sports including basketball, soccer and track. With free bus transportation, Key Peninsula offers several clubs for students to join. After-school programs are also available. Jeri Goebel is the school principal.
Harbor Ridge Middle School 9010 Prentice Ave, Gig Harbor, WA98332 Located on Prentice Avenue, Harbor Ridge Middle School has one of the best views of the harbor and Mount Rainier in the…More area. Formerly known as the Union High School, the building was built in 1921. The school completed its most recent remodeling project in 2006 and currently features 14 classrooms, four science labs and a computer lab for its students. Serving more than 500 students, Harbor Ridge is one of four middle schools in the Peninsula School District. It offers several athletic programs and after school clubs in which the school provides a free activity bus.